Tickets are now available for Terrorvision at Rock City!
Terrorvision have always embodied all that is seriously great about British Rock bands.
Bradford – 1993:
Hitting their melodic stride with their attention grabbing debut Formaldehyde in 1993, romping into the riff fuelled classic How To Make Friends And Influence People album in 1994, the Top 10 bothering hit filled Regular Urban Survivors in 1996, and the Tequila flavoured Shaving Peaches in 1998 the bands first 5 years was delivered at breakneck speed. It wasn’t until 2001’s ridiculously fabulous Good To Go that the band decided to take a short break…that lasted a full decade and ended in a triumphant return with the cunning Super Delux, once again underlining that the band hadn’t lost any of their trademark riffs, energy and caustic wit, as well as their ear for melody and eye for the mainstream.
There are rumours that new music has been heard emanating from the hills above Halifax, but this is of course uncomfirmed as we go to press. In the meantime the band will gamefully celebrate their pearl anniversary with a series of TV30 events over the next 12 months kicking off with 3 great rock shows in Nottingham (Rock City), London (Electric Ballroom) and a triumphant homecoming to St Georges Hall (Bradford) this November. These exclusive TV30 BY REQUEST shows will feature all 13 of the bands Top 40 hits as well as all the usual live bangers. It will also see the band give the fans the opportunity to get their hands dirty and vote for tracks from their 30 year career, and you can’t say fairer than that.
Terrorvision remain Tony Wright, Leigh Marklew and Mark Yates with the newly added (but long term friend) Chris Bussey on Drums
For more events, check out what’s on here.